Affordable Countries to Study Abroad
The tuition fee varies according to the different universities, courses, and cities within a country. While enrolling in certain colleges would require you to apply for an Education Loan, Undergraduate courses which are for a longer duration is going to cost students more than the usual one-two years of postgraduate study, however, the tuition fee is not to be taken as a yardstick for the quality of education being provided in the intuition. Moreover, tuition fees for government-funded institutions are much lesser than private universities. There are a number of scholarships and grants available for students to apply, which would significantly reduce their studying expenses.
Below is a table that shows the average first-year cost of studying in that particular country.
On average, a student spends approximately $10,000–$12,000 per year on living expenses. But this amount entirely depends on the location where a student inhabits. If a student decides to reside in a metropolitan city, he would be spending more than a student who opts for a hostel or suburban accommodation. The living expenses generally include accommodation costs, room, and boarding, food, travel, textbooks, weather-appropriate clothing, and entertainment expenses as well. Other expenses that are taken into consideration under living expenses include, travel expenses between India and the country of choice during vacation time; large purchases, such as PC, furniture, or even a rental car; medical expenses not covered by health insurance, e.g. dental care, eye care, cosmetic treatments; social outings; weekend trips and personal and variable expenses. Keeping these factors in mind, we have gathered an all-inclusive average living expenses index for students wanting to travel abroad.
Living Expenses (in lakhs)
10.2 (within London)
8.2 (outside London)